Definitions for MUSHmʌʃ or, esp. for 2-5 , mʊʃ
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
mushmʌʃ or, esp. for 2-5 , mʊʃ(n.)
a thick mixture made by boiling meal, esp. cornmeal, in water or milk.
any thick, soft mass.
mawkish sentimentality or amorousness.
(v.t.)to squeeze or crush; crunch.
Category: Common Vocabulary
Origin of mush:
to go or travel, esp. over snow with a dog team and sled.
(interj.)(used as an order to start or speed up a dog team)
(n.)a trip or journey, esp. across snow with a dog team.
Origin of mush:
1895–1900; perh. orig. as mush on! < CanF, F marchons! let's go!; see march1
any soft or soggy mass
"he pounded it to a pulp"
mush, cornmeal mush(noun)
cornmeal boiled in water
treacle, mush, slop, glop(noun)
writing or music that is excessively sweet and sentimental
a journey by dogsled
drive (a team of dogs or a dogsled)
travel with a dogsled
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
a soft wet substance
warm weather that turns the snow to mush; overcooked mushy vegetables
meal (esp. Indian meal) boiled in water; hasty pudding; supawn
to notch, cut, or indent, as cloth, with a stamp
In multiplayer online games, a MUSH is a text-based online social medium to which multiple users are connected at the same time. MUSHes are often used for online social intercourse and role-playing games, although the first forms of MUSH do not appear to be coded specifically to implement gaming activity. MUSH software was originally derived from MUDs; today's two major MUSH variants are descended from TinyMUD, which was fundamentally a social game. MUSH has forked over the years and there are now different varieties with different features, although most have strong similarities and one who is fluent in coding one variety can switch to coding for the other with only a little effort. The source code for most widely used MUSH servers is open source and available from its current maintainers. A primary feature of MUSH codebases that tends to distinguish it from other multi-user environments is the ability, by default, of any player to extend the world by creating new rooms or objects and specifying their behavior in the MUSH's internal scripting language. Another is the default lack of much player or administrative hierarchy imposed by the server itself. Over the years, both of these traits have become less pronounced, as many server administrators choose to eliminate or heavily restrict player-controlled building, and several games have custom coded systems to restore more of a hierarchal system.
Translations for MUSH
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
something soft and wet
The potatoes have turned to mush after being boiled for so long.
- snot, bryAfrikaans
- شَيءٌ ناعِم ورَطْبArabic
- pastaPortuguese (BR)
- der BreiGerman
- πολτός, χυλόςGreek
- papilla, pastaSpanish
- خمير نرمFarsi
- गूदा, लुगदीHindi
- þykkt maukIcelandic
- 죽 모양의 걸쭉한 것Korean
- kaut kas mīksts un slapjš, putraLatvian
- grøtet masseNorwegian
- خمير نرمPersian
- نرم اوړهPashto
- mos, röra, gröt, sörjaSwedish
- 泥糊狀的東西Chinese (Trad.)
- نرم گوداUrdu
- chất đặc sệtVietnamese
- 糊状物Chinese (Simp.)
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